www.securemedicalcare.com Review:

Secure Medical Care, a medical clinic offering patient and occupational health services in College Park/Beltsville and Gaithersburg Maryland. - Secure Medical Care, an urgent care medical clinic offering patient and occupational health services in College Park, Beltsville and Gaithersburg Maryland

Country:, North America, US

City: -90.1979 Missouri, United States

  • LoneWolffe - MP3 Player from a Light Bulb Company

    Doesn't feel like GREAT quality, but it does what it says. Windows 8.1 recognized it instantly and I was able to transfer mp3s to the device. Sounds good, easy to use.

  • Frustrated - Do not buy!!

    I purchased this mp3 player a while ago and threw my money away. I have not been able to download the device into my computer at all. I have been searching the internet for answers and it still does not work. The sample songs that are already downloaded will not play either. Now I have to buy another one. Do not buy this.

  • Leanne M. Jordan - Better than drinking the juice!

    I cannot tolerate the taste of Cranberry juice. AZO is a perfect alternative for me. I just take 2 tabs daily w/the rest of my meds and so far it's done the job.

  • ej719 - All the power of Vitamix at half the price!

    I'd been considering a Vitamix, but my old blender bit the dust so I was forced into buying sooner than I expected, with a tighter budget. Good thing, too, or I'd have never found the Ninja Mega Blender! This baby is powerful. I make smoothies every day. I used to have to chop whole fruits pretty small and let frozen fruits thaw a bit before blending, but with the Ninja I can just toss everything in there and blend it up in seconds. (I do recommend cutting large fruits into manageable pieces, and removing cores/seeds) I use the single-serve tumblers not just for smoothies, but for delicious milkshakes, frozen latte or chai, salad dressings, salsa, and to chop small amounts of onion or vegetables for cooking. My favorite use so far is for fresh, homemade hummus. Pennies on the dollar compared to store-bought.